Civic Hygiene

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Imagine, just for a moment, that the Government wanted to keep a record of everyone’s sexuality. They need to know this detailed demographic data because it will be highly useful in civic planning. It will help them work out what provision needs to be made for sexual health services, how many children are likely to…

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Open Source Shakespeare (in MySQL)

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My good friend Richard Brent has often complained that my blog has very little Shakespeare content. Despite the domain name, I don’t think I’ve ever blogged about The Big S. For shame! Fear not, my Brentish-Boy, this post is all about Shakespeare. And MySQL…. Ahem… When I first started it was intended to be…

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